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That’s problematic, because it limits the scope of who could be reached and the scale at which it could have impact.
That Republicans are much less likely to express concern about how the virus manifests in other problematic ways.
Right now, though, in the context of uncontrolled spread of Covid-19, even a reduced risk of transmission could still lead to problematic levels of new infection.
Given temperatures settling near 30 overnight, even a little rain could be problematic if it freezes on contact.
That’s why, to Pekar, “Sundays With Love” is more problematic than more secular teachers — so long as they don’t use too many swear words during the ride, she said in an interview.
As a result, Facebook and Twitter have rapidly ramped up their rules, getting tougher on posts that contain problematic content like election misinformation and fake coronavirus cures.
We generally think of content as acquisitional and that’s a bit problematic.
This can be especially problematic when unsupervised models are trained on the unfiltered internet.
There are millions of problematic posts on Facebook every day, the vast majority of which leave the victims without recourse.
A significant percentage of that population does not have access to running water or clean water in their homes, a deficit that is particularly problematic during a pandemic when hand washing is critical.

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